If Keystone gets nixed, Canadian pipeline operators have a Plan B: Olive - For environmentalists lobbying against the Keystone XL pipeline through the U.S., a made-in-Canada option might pose a bigger problem.
Members of a Canadian Indigenous Tribe Turned Down $267,000 Per Person to Allow a Pipeline to Be Built Through Their Land
Members of a Canadian Indigenous Tribe **turned down** $267,000 per Person to allow a Pipeline to be Built through Their Land: “This is not a Money Issue... this is Environmental and Cultural" || [.READ.MORE.]
A Native American tribe from the northeast shore of Lake Michigan is trying to halt the approval of a multi-million-dollar settlement between Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge, Inc., and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. And it is using arguments similar to those made by a Sioux tribe in its campaign against a North Dakota oil pipeline that has so far succeeded in stopping construction.